River Walk Public Art Garden Tour

River Walk Public Art Garden Tour

The San Antonio River Walk has an exciting new cultural destination – The River Walk Public Art Garden. Come check it out and sign up for a free self-guided art tour located near the intersection of Market and Alamo Streets. Don't forget to check-in at each location!

Check-in and Win!
• Once you check into 9 locations on the trail, you will win an exclusive San Antonio prize to be picked up at our Official Visitor Information Center!

This outdoor museum showcases public art installations for visitors and locals to enjoy. The garden provides a full public art experience, including free-standing sculptures and wall-mounted art installations. It serves as an introduction, or connector, as some artworks featured have larger installations which can be found all over San Antonio. Now get out there and explore the amazing art our destination has to offer!

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River Walk Public Art Garden Tour

  • Mobile exclusive
  • Instantly delivered via text and email
  • No apps to download
  • 100% FREE
  • Experience the beautiful local artwork of San Antonio
  • Win prizes along the way!

How this Pass Works

Step 1 - Get Your Pass

This mobile exclusive passport is a collection of curated art locations offering check-in opportunities to win prizes.

Step 2 - Receive Text

Your passport will be instantly delivered to your phone via text and email and is ready to use immediately! There is no app to download. Your pass can be saved to your phone’s home screen for easy one-tap access.

Step 3 - Redeem

When visiting a participating location, simply ensure that your location services are turned on on your mobile device and press the "check-in" button!

Included Venues

See locations on an interactive map.

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Bloom Installation
Artist Name: Leticia Huerta

“Bloom” by San Antonio artist Leticia Huerta is a permanent public artwork located at Eisenhower Park. The ones featured on the River Walk are designed to resemble native wildflowers Yellow Columbine and Lantana. These radiant, oversized metal flower...
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Connecting Piece - Bloom Installation
Artist Name: Leticia Huerta

Inspired by trail users and nearby native flora, Huerta created the original “Bloom” installation at McAllister Park in Council District 10. The expanded “Bloom” series sees indigenous wildflowers turned into sculptures with components that resemble...
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Green Spaces at Market Street
Artist Name: Ashley Mireles & Cade Bradshaw

“Green Spaces at Market Street” is a painted steel railing that sits on top of a retaining wall overlooking the River Walk and creatively uses cut outs in steel to show flora found on the River Walk and fauna native to San Antonio.
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Connecting Piece - Innature
Artist Name: Ashley Mireles

“Innature” by San Antonio artist Ashley Mireles in collaboration with landscape architect STIMSON Studio provides visitors a space to view wildlife in a natural environment as a means for connectivity. An oversized mirrored representation of blossoms from...
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Lipchitziana
Artist Name: Sebastian

”Lipchitziana” by Mexican artist Sebastian.
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Najo Jam (Our Home)
Artist Name: Carlos Cortés and Doroteo Garza

The design is pan-Indian—relating to the multiple indigenous tribes that lay claim to this land. The artwork is made from reinforced concrete to look like stone and wood, a technique called “trabajo rustico” or “faux bois,” giving it a...
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Connecting Piece - Najo Jam (Our Home)
Artist Name: Carlos Cortés and Doroteo

“Najo Jām” (Our Home) by collaborating San Antonio artists Carlos Cortés and Doroteo Garza. The design is pan-Indian—relating to the multiple indigenous tribes that lay claim to this land. The artwork is made from reinforced concrete to look...
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Nudo Torusado
Artist Name: Sebastian

“Knot: The Art of Sebastian/El Arte de Sebastian,” features 53 pieces by renowned Mexican sculptor Sebastian
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Pochycereys
Artist Name: Sebastian

”Pochycereys” by Mexican artist Sebastian.
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Spheres of Reflection
Artist Name: Kaldric Dow

Spheres of Reflection by local artist Kaldric Dow is a sculpture paying homage to the representation of African American culture. The spheres feature some key words commonly used by Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in his speeches and writings.
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Connecting Piece - Spheres of Reflection
Artist Name: Kaldric Dow

Spheres of Reflection by local artist Kaldric Dow is a sculpture paying homage to the representation of African American culture. Spheres of Reflection depicts an ambiguous face—making the character universal and interpretive at the same time. The face is topped...
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Stargazer
Artist Name: Pedro Reyes

Originally inspired by San Antonio’s Tricentennial celebrations, this monumental-scale sculpture features a woman that holds and gazes upon a star-like object held between her fingers.
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Torch of Friendship
Artist Name: Sebastian Antorcha de Amistad

(Torch of Friendship) symbolizes two cultures, two languages, and two roads merging into one, specifically those of the United States and Mexico. The artwork is composed of two columns that come together at the top in a gently twisting and curving...
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